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"george mason john" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

03:09 min | 1 year ago

"george mason john" Discussed on WTOP

"Members of the Grammy winning group say they're regretful and embarrassed for not taking into consideration the words associations with slavery antebellum means before a war and the terms and widely associated with the pre civil war period in the US when slavery was practiced they say in recent weeks their eyes have been opened and they're sorry for the hurt const CBS news this week WTOP has been talking to some of the best chefs in the region about the future of the industry in our series finding a recipe for recovery we also asked for advice on ways to make something good come out even better you probably got pretty good at making a few dishes during the pandemic but that doesn't mean you couldn't use some advice on how to make whatever you're cooking taste even better one common suggestion was simplicity I like to at home always cope with lots of herbs and lots of acid it really brings out the individual flavors magician Matt Baker of gravitas to spend a lot of time recently experimenting just that way Christiana Robbie out of mood just Gracias says by everything is fresh you can aim for stuff that's in season all of the vegetables that we rose here at the house it's always just a tiny bit of oil salt and pepper throw it in the oven for three hundred fifty degrees for ten minutes and when it's time for dessert Catherine Thompson the pastry chef and Thompson anti and says she likes to take a classical dessert and then get creative from there something I pay attention to a lot is texture I like the idea of something that smooth also crunchy and the same by John donvan WTOP news you should see more of John's interviews at WTOP dot com nasty day on Wall Street the Dow tumbled eighteen hundred sixty two points its fourth biggest one day point drop ever money news in ten minutes on WTOP sports at fifteen and forty five brought to you by your local Honda dealer don't settle for less than a Honda the PGA tour is back a hundred and fifty golfers taking on historic colonial Country Club in fort worth Texas the first round is nearly complete with Justin rose is shooting seven under par sixty three for a one stroke lead over Americans Jhonattan Vegas Abraham ancer and Harold Varner to third Phil Mickelson finished at one under par Dustin Johnson shot one over gate to the baseball players draft is now under way rounds two to five will be held tonight for the fifth straight time the national selected a big picture in the first round taking six for two hundred twenty pounder Cade Kavali of the university of Oklahoma he learned how to pitch from his father who was a minor league catcher with the angels I grew up catching actually wasn't on the specifics there moved to shortstop that's what I played my high school shortstop it's very little being in but I also knew I know a lot about itching for him because you sit down go over its sequence changes everything I came of age and well it obviously paid off to not see him as a starting pitcher who can throw in the mid nineties former George Washington basketball coach Maurice Joseph is coming back to the DC area W. T. O. P. has confirmed that he'll be joining Dave Paulson staff at George Mason John of the Warner WTOP sports five forty seven banking relationship.

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"george mason john" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

01:42 min | 1 year ago

"george mason john" Discussed on WTOP

"In six groups the only thing happening in baseball as the player draft and that's all nationals GM Mike Rizzo want to talk about after selecting cades cove alley with their first round pick we started building franchises through the draft and player development today's a big day were castrated and that we couldn't be happier to what did you change in the folds another big powerful right handed pitcher in the in the system and we're hopefully that Gerry brings us another trophy in in another couple years when he's on the nats have five picks in tonight's four rounds of golf at the colonial Country Club in fort worth Texas Justin rose is the clubhouse leader after firing a seven under par sixty three that put him one stroke ahead of Jonathan Vegas Abraham ancer and Harold Varner the third Phil Mickelson finished at one under par putting in six pack Dustin Johnson came in at one over and W. T. O. P. has confirmed that former George Washington basketball coach Maurice Joseph is joining Dave Paulson staff at George Mason John of the Warner W. T. O. P. sports well our weather is rapidly improving the forecast coming up next five seventeen remodeling for how you live today here's Craig Drawsko founder of sun design remodeling sharing how remodeling can bring family and friends together so I'm over the client the other day and they wanted an in law suite they wanted of master on the main level and we are talking about the placement of it and there is clearly an easy area for it if it made sense and we can identify the size the additional where was going to go but the more we talked about it it was going to block a lot of the natural light it also was an easy to access after doing a tour of the house and the property in the lot we found actually a much better solution it was actually more affordable.

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"george mason john" Discussed on WTOP

WTOP

02:37 min | 1 year ago

"george mason john" Discussed on WTOP

"The morning the first PGA tour event in three months is under way in fort worth Texas Justin rose is the clubhouse leader with a seven under par sixty three that's one stroke better than Jhonattan Vegas Abraham ancer and Harold Varner the third Justin Thomas is minus three at the turn worry McElroy to wander after nine well Phil Mickelson finished up at one under par DC United has been drawn into group C. when Major League Soccer resumes play with the tournament in Orlando beginning July eighth they'll be joined by fellow Eastern Conference teams the New England revolution Montreal impact and Toronto FC United GM Dave Kasper is anxious to see how it all plays out I really like this format this World Cup style format I've I've often wondered if this is a way maybe to do something different with our playoffs moving forward as a as a league so it's gonna be a great experiment word alert a lot one around down four to go in the baseball players draft last night nationals VP of scouting and assistant GM Chris Klein raved about selecting Oklahoma pitcher Kade Qemali very nice delivery it's a clean arm action it's fast it's loose it's a big fastball he's definitely Errol he's he's going in the right direction and I'm really excited he's part of our group he can also double as the team barber WTOP has confirmed that former George Washington basketball coach Maurice Joseph is joining Dave Paulson staff at George Mason John of the Warner W. T. O. P. sport had on WTOP the move to get police out of a local school system four forty seven today's innovation in government report highlights the government's IT modernization opportunities Dan woods vice president of the shape intelligence center with shape security which is now part of F. five networks says many times credential stuffing attacks go unnoticed and don't show up through regular cyber data reviews it's quite typical back in enterprise grossly underestimate it's the size and scope of the problem and the reason why is these attacks are now coming from millions of IP addresses and security operations centers across the globe really they've become quite comfortable identifying attack traffic based on volume of transactions for my keys I mean web application firewalls here they can typically identify the top twenty thirty maybe even the top hundred noisiest eyed peas but they miss the long tail of millions of Iraqis that have maybe ten or twenty transactions each leg F. five networks carousel often their reseller partners help you imagine what your agency is capable of listen to the full program that federal news network dot com key word innovation in government WTOP at four forty eight after the weather on the eight day until time into WTOP's traffic.

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"george mason john" Discussed on The Political History of the United States

The Political History of the United States

13:35 min | 1 year ago

"george mason john" Discussed on The Political History of the United States

"Less time. We had begun exploring the rising discontent that had infiltrated the Virginia. Colony during the sixteenth sixties in sixteen seventies a mixture of rising taxes plus inefficient and corrupt collection practices had many of the common planters in Virginia struggling to find a way to both pay their tax bill and manage to find a way to eat include their own families. As though to make things worse. All of this is precipitated by the English passing. The navigation acts. As I mentioned last week. We are going to be spending a lot of time with the navigation X. When we get to the seventeenth sixties seventies however four the Virginia Colony. These new laws lead to a devaluation of tobacco crop. The entire Virginia colony was built upon unfortunately for our settlers it is as tobacco is being devalued that taxes are rising on the product that they are producing making matters worse for the Virginia. Government is the unequal method in which taxes are being collected. I the taxes were being collected. Just half their actual market value. This means that the colonists had to pay double the amount of tobacco just to meet this difficult burden on top of that. The colonists who had the most namely the large landowners were all a part of the Virginia assembly which was exempted from having to pay the head tax themselves in this situation. Those with the fewest resources were paying what had become an extraordinarily high amount of taxes. And those are the means were conveniently exempt from having to pay any at all at it. A nice dose of mismanagement and possibly some skimming from governor Berkeley in the assembly. And you have got a powder keg. That was ready to explode. Well Lenny teetered on a knife edge for years with discontent submarine just below the surface conditions in the middle of the sixteen. Seventy S is going to push the cops over the edge from loudly. Complaining to open revolt. King Philip's four. New England had broken out which limited the grain supply available to Virginia repeated in rates had damaged two years worth of corn harvest for the frontier planters. Then as though just icing on the cake drought further damage. The Sixteenth Seventy six harvest real fears of starvation were abounding in Virginia. At a time where the colonial government appeared deaf to the concerns and was preoccupied with figuring out ways to squeeze a little bit more tax revenue out of the already beleaguered colonists. These things are the ultimate cause of the revolt that is going to explode throughout Virginia in sixteen seventy six. These stresses were more than a decade. In the making these stresses are going to create a powder keg which well dangerous still needs a spark to explode into open rebellion. The spark is going to come in the Spring and summer of sixteen seventy six and is going to Virginia spiraling into a state of civil war. This week we are going to spend our time exploring the events that took a bunch of discontented settlers and threw them into open revolt against governor Berkeley and the Virginia simply chiefly. We are going to look at what is happening with. The local Indian tribes how they became a threat to the local settlers as well as the response from the Virginia government and the response from those colonists who had reached their breaking point. William Berkeley could trace back much of his popularity to his dealing with Indian affairs. It was Berkeley. Who was governor following the third and final power to war? He was largely credited with the victory over the tribes that it caused so many problems for the japes settlers from their arrival. However by the time sixteenth seventy six rolled around conditions had changed in Virginia. The colony head grown substantially and in general was more politically conscious that it had been during the prior engagements at the same time conditions between the Indian tribes on the frontier was also changing the Susquehanna tribe in Iroquois tribe had found themselves embroiled. Any fight that they had been going through for much of the past century. The SUSQUEHANNA had become a major trading partner with the English and were instrumental in moving for for the for trade the Vir- trade had been steadily growing for years but by sixteen seventy six was increasingly becoming a major source of revenue for the English but major traders in that realm where the US Kohana Indians as this was a very profitable venture for the English. The susquehanna tribe had been treated well by the English. As keeping the lucrative trade. Moving was an important point for everybody. The SUSQUEHANNA people had become extremely involved in the fur trade through their connections with the Dutch new Netherland specifically following the fall of new sweet into the Dutch in sixteen fifty five. The SUSQUEHANNA gained nearly complete control trading in the Delaware colony with the other Iroquois nations. Battling hard for the European trading rights it often pushed tribes into direct competition with one another. This competition often turned violent and led to a state of near constant conflict as conflict between the Iroquois tribes increased. The English on the Virginia Frontier. Also continue to expand pass easily defendable positions part of this can be explained by the events that had taken place during the sixteen forty s with the fall of the Paladin Confederacy. There was something of a power vacuum that now existed on the Virginia frontier other Indian tribes were quick to fill in the holes while the English felt more comfortable expanding freely into that frontier. The predictable result of this was that the Virginia frontier suddenly found itself colliding with the Indian to disastrous results. There had been for the most part peace between the Indians and the Virginia settlers in the years after the fall of the pouting. Confederacy a major reason for this. Was THAT FOLLOWING THAT WAR. Berkeley had evicted many of the tribes from along the frontier however movement on part of both the Indians and the English alike had brought the groups back into direct contact. Throughout the sixteenth sixties conflict remained relatively mild. There will be accusations of theft on both sides but for the most part things remained relatively peaceful in sixteen seventy five things. Do take a more ominous turn when a dog Indian killed an Englishman and a dispute over some stolen hogs. The English responded by sending colonel. George Mason John Brennan to intercept the guilty party. If you are curious we are currently talking about George Mason. The first he is the great grandfather of George Mason. The fourth who is much better known from his time. During the revolutionary era e is also. The person who the university is named after here is where things begin to go south for the English. How chased the dough. Ag- North the English proved to have a poor sense of the geopolitical status of the area. The SUSQUEHANNA kick as previously discussed had been on the move and had moved into that area coming across them. Mason order his men to open. Fire onto cabins where he thought that. Doa were hiding out. Unfortunately Mason called this wrong and in the ensuing. Firefight fourteen members of the innocent susquehanna tribe. Now my dead relations with these US Kohana tribe had been good prior to this incident however they said turn into a serious problem for the English increasing raids on the frontier of the SUSQUEHANNA was a growing threat for the English living along the frontier knowing they needed to deal with the problem in the fall of sixteen seventy five both the colonies verging and Maryland. Join Together for a joint expedition under the leadership of `averaging planter Colonel John Washington. And if you are now sitting there again wondering if a Washington in Virginia is of Eddie Religion to George Washington. The answer is yes. John Washington is the great grandfather of George Washington. The same George Washington that is someday going to have a complicated on and off again friendship with George Mason. The fourth so yes. There are a lot of great grandfathers in today's episode taking up in a four just south of Modern Day Washington. Dc SITS THE SUSQUEHANNA. People quickly found themselves surrounded by Washington and his men. Knowing that the situation was serious the SUSQUEHANNA quickly decided that the best course was to negotiate with the English and hopefully try to find a way out of the situation Washington himself however it was operated on very different orders simply put your order to eliminate the threat through any means necessary. The SUSQUEHANNA can send out five chiefs to deal with the joint force denied involvement in the recent murders in harassment on the frontier. The SUSQUEHANNA. Place the blame on the Seneca War party that it comes from the north the colonial troops were not convinced by this story and on the orders of somebody. And it's really not clear who that was or if it was Washington himself they executed the five men. The Virginia troops would later blame the Maryland troops for the execution when they realize the ramifications of what the hey just done this was for the Susquehanna. Nothing short of a declaration of war. The SUSQUEHANNA ICK led numerous attacks against Virginians along the frontier governor. Berkeley at this point realized that he had a very serious problem on. Its hands at one point. He was looking at sending another expedition out to deal with the increased violence however retreated not wanting to further escalate. The problem by this point king. Philip's were broken out in New England and the last thing that Berkeley wanted to do was bring that level of fighting Virginia. It is hard in this moment looking back at an event that took place three hundred fifty years ago to try to guess the motivation of Berkeley. His official company says was not wanting to bring further conflict or something akin to King. Philip's war in Virginia however that answer is not going to satisfy those who are living along the frontier those who are actively having their property stolen and their crops burnt or in some cases losing their lives rather Berkeley ups that instead of an offensive war. A defensive battle should be brought with an increase in fortifications. As we discussed last week Virginia was already paid a high amount of taxes that were pushing the colonists to the breaking point. The response of the Virginia Assembly was to increase taxes and build a series of new fortifications. The fortifications were largely granted to the large landowners. The Friends of Berkeley's who were also typically on the assembly and thus exempted from paying taxes. Those guys are the ones who are now going to receive tax revenue from the colony to build fortifications that basically absolutely no one thought would work a huge part of the problem here. Is that the entire system. Reet of indifference and corruption comments by the players on the frontier. Included criticism of these forts. Were that in just name. Only oftentimes they were described as being little more than large piles of mud. Nfc served no practical purpose. Much as was the case in sixteen twenty two Virginia had expanded beyond worthy existing. Fortification system was going to offer any meaningful protection to those along. The frontier borders. However this plan to build a new series of defense fortifications was seat as being woefully inadequate. They were spread out and poorly built. Any colonists would have recognized that they were not going to be much help fight which also begs the question of where the taxes their pain are going if not to advancing that offenses so why was Berkeley Strategy to build a series of fortifications instead of an actual military response. There are a couple theories for this as I discussed earlier. Today there is some thought that Berkeley may have been spooked by King. Philip's war up in New England. Now as I said last week once we finish up with Bacon's rebellion we are willing to spend several episodes going through King Philip's war and its ramifications. However as a quick rundown what had broken out in New England was a war between the English settlers and their Indian allies against a collection of tribes made up of the Walpin no eggs in Narragansett warriors. The war is going to Laos from sixteen seventy five until sixteen seventy eight and was absolutely devastating to the new Englanders talents. Were burt casualties. Were High and the economy of the colony suffered greatly. The economy of the Plymouth. Colony would never fully recover and would ultimately end up being rolled into the Massachusetts Bay Colony in Sixteen Ninety one. The settlers in Virginia were already aware of the hardships. That New England was feeling beyond that fact. Suddenly the importing food imports from New England disappeared the beginning of King. Philip's war preceded beacons rebellion by a full year. Berkeley would have been aware of the scale of the conflict in New England and understandably didn't want such a fate to come into Virginia. A serious amount of anger was levied towards Berkeley under the idea that he was using war as a method to enriches friends and the other members of the Assembly Texas that were being raised were being given directly to those large landowners who were typically viewed with contempt by the average farmer. It was their plantations. And they're well off owners that were getting the money of the planters who were already stretched so.

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"george mason john" Discussed on Haunted Places

Haunted Places

03:47 min | 2 years ago

"george mason john" Discussed on Haunted Places

"Of the cat nine tails striking flash. Whether he was asleep or awake. He could not escape torture. William was on his feet in a moment when he heard the guard approaching when the guard arrived will you must standing at attention by his door, only a slight twinge in his lip betrayed. How much pain he was still carrying from the previous day's work. William fell in line with his fellow prisoners on the way to their work assignment. The mill your face is surrounded him faces he hated. Jon chitty. Joseph sharp George Mason, John Shuttleworth. There is burned with contempt as they saw him. Join the line they thought he was weak if only they knew what he was capable of then they would fear him if only they knew what he did to marry some men had a talent for making friends and captivity. William Riley was not such a man having spent his youth in and out of prison. He learned there was only one person he could rely on himself. The prisoners were let out into the scorching summer sun and given their tools rusty and dull shovels spades pickaxes good enough to dig trenches but not sharp enough to pose any threat to the cards Williams shoulders began. Hey king, the moment he started to dig within minutes. He was sweating heavily onto the early summer sun. He wasn't being lashed or forced to walk the treadmill, but it was torture. All the same. The others worked beside him. Chitty sharp, Mason, Shuttleworth. He would not forget their names, even if he lived another fifty years in this hell, he would remember he wished the guards were not watching so closely he would love to see Mason face down in a ditch or sharp thrown off, one of the nearby cliffs. He wondered if any of them would even react to such humiliation. They were so broken. He doubted, they would even raise a finger to stop him. Shitty sharp Mason, Shuttleworth that night, they shoveled back into the prison. A lifeless parade of hollow bodies a shoulder pushed him that he stumbled forward almost losing his balance. He turned to see Shuttleworth is cast downward onto the floor. Do they mean to mock me William font furious bil- rising in his throat Chitty sharp, Mason, Shuttleworth? They.

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"george mason john" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

WINT 1330 AM

04:40 min | 3 years ago

"george mason john" Discussed on WINT 1330 AM

"I say that ingest because they are they're always like owning the cons it's funny but it was five four case after case after case after case after case owning the lives i now i'm not saying that he did i'm just do you think that there is in his reasoning this recognition that rhetoric from the left and the behavior from the far left has gotten so out of control that he felt as though because he's always been a moderate he's always been swing voter at least one cases that he decided that it just he couldn't he did not want someone far left to replace him perhaps that he would he knows that the best way to get a moderate is honestly the best way to get a moderate is with a republican president but i don't think trump's got an i would be actually kind of shocked if trump nominates a moderate and i'll talk more about that later but do you think that that had to play some part in it because kennedy i could wear let me break it down like this there's a lot of nuance here and i it we do not live in an era of nuance kennedy has always been for individual rights even if it flies in the face of evangelical policy nine say republican i said you know even same sex marriage etc i'm not using anything as george regardless of what you think about it it is an individual i just think that there are certain things i have my beliefs as a christian but i also have my beliefs as a i don't want government to tell you i don't think government is a tool of the church i don't think i don't think it's a way for people to there should be justice etcetera virtue virtue virtuous people from a virtuous people is who fills government your virtue is the is the tool of the church and by saying that government i mean it absolves people of the responsibility that they ota virtue to be virtuous that makes sense i think that by saying that government should be should be getting into that arena absolves people making sure that the most virtuous among us are running for elected office and a and b that we ourselves also be as virtuous as possible so from us come virtuous people that's not just me talking i mean that's what the founders discussed in its written and notes and it's also administers gus by george mason john adams everyone and that's kinda i feel about it now back to my point i feel in many respects because kennedy was is a conservative but he is also someone who was four individual rights and when you look at what how his decisions have been the opinions that he that he has sided with he hasn't really taken a stand against individual liberty the way that sonia stood on my or has orellana kagan has or justice briar has he never really has done that and i it's important to note that because i feel at least in my speculation here it seems to and in my own opinion suggests to me that he chose this particular time because he was cognizant of how far left the left has drifted does that make sense do you think that's plausible came when you said you know he he's conservative but he's also for individual rights like it sounded like somehow conservatives aren't for individual right now i don't mean that and that's of that's why i said like evangelical policy in particular right so i think yeah in this instance i think that the way you summed it up is absolutely correct i just 'cause i just wonder that because honestly you know that if he'll let me put it like this if hillary clinton had won merrick garland would not have been her nominee it would have been someone even further left than garland and i think that he is aware of that and he also sees all of these cases and the and the cases in which that he has looked at a lot of individual rights were being infringed upon whether it is speech whether it is the right to you know with the masterpiece cake shop that basically demands that if you engage in commerce you have to forfeit your right to religious observance and commerce is not whether or not someone engages in commerce is not a constitutional litmus test to be able to exercise your natural rights it's never been that way.

"george mason john" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

News 96.5 WDBO

04:07 min | 3 years ago

"george mason john" Discussed on News 96.5 WDBO

"Behavior from the far left has gotten so out of control that he felt as though because he's always been a moderate he's always been swing butter at least some cases that he decided that it just he couldn't he did not want someone far left to replace him perhaps that he would he knows that the best way to get a moderate is honestly the best way to get a moderate is with a republican president but i don't think trump's got an i would be actually kind of shocked at trump nominates a moderate and i'll talk more about that later but do you think that that had to play some part in it because kennedy i could wear let me break it down like us there's a lot of nuance here and i it we do not live in an era of nuance kennedy has always been for individual rates even if it flies in the face of evangelical policy i didn't say republican i said you know even like same sex marriage etc and i'm not using anything as a pejorative regardless of what you think about it it is an individual i just think that there are certain things i have my beliefs as a christian but i also have my beliefs as a i don't want government to tell you i don't think government is a tool of the church and i don't think i don't i think it's a way for people to there should be justice etc virtue virtue virtuous people from virtuous people is who fills government your virtue is the is the tool of the church and by saying that government i mean it absolves people of the responsibility that they ta virtue to be virtuous does that make sense i think that by saying that government should be should be getting into that arena absolves people making sure that the most virtuous among us are running for elected office and a and b that we ourselves also be as virtuous as possible so from us come virtuous people that's not just me talking i mean that's what the founders discussed and it's written notes and it's also i mean it's disgusted by george mason john adams and everyone and that's just kinda i feel about it now back to my point i feel in many respects because kennedy was a is a conservative but he is also someone who is for individual rights and when you look at what how his decisions have been the opinions that he that he has sided with he hasn't really taken a stand against individual liberty the way that sort of my or has orellana kagan has or justice breyer has he never really has done that it's important to note that because i feel at least in my speculation here it seems to and in my own opinion suggests to me that it he chose this particular time because he was cognizant of how far left the left has drifted does that make sense do you think that's plausible when you said you know he he's a conservative but he's also for individual rights like it sounded like somehow conservatives aren't for individual rates that's why i said like evangelical policy in particular right so i think yeah in this instance i think that the way you summed it up is absolutely correct i just because i just wonder that because honestly you know that if he'll let me put it like this if hillary clinton had won merrick garland would not have been her nominee it would have been someone even further left than garland and i think that he is aware of that and he also sees all of these cases and the cases in which that he has looked at a lot of individual rights were being infringed upon whether it is speech whether it is the right to you know with the masterpiece cake shop that basically demands that if you engage in commerce you have to forfeit your right to religious observance and commerce is not whether or not someone engages in commerce is not a constitutional litmus test to be able to exercise your natural rights it's never been that way this is manufactured thing that people have done so as to control other individuals and it was interesting to see where he came down on that it's always been.

"george mason john" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

WIBC 93.1FM

04:40 min | 3 years ago

"george mason john" Discussed on WIBC 93.1FM

"I say that ingest because they are they're always like owning the cons it's funny but it was five four case after case after case after case after case owning the lives i now i'm not saying that he did i'm just do you think that there is in his reasoning this recognition that rhetoric from the left and the behavior from the far left has gotten so out of control that he felt as though because he's always been a moderate he's always swing butter at least cases that he decided that it just he couldn't he did not want someone far left to replace him perhaps that he would he knows that the best way to get a moderate is honestly the best way to get a moderate is with a republican president but i don't think trump's going i would be actually kind of shocked at trump nominates a moderate and i'll talk more about that later but do you think that that had to play some part in it because kennedy i could wear let me break it down like this there's a lot of nuance here and i it we do not live in an era of nuance kennedy has always been for individual rights even if it's flies in the face of evangelical policy i didn't say republican i said you know even like same sex marriage etc and i'm not using anything as a pejorative regardless of what you think about it it is an individual i just think that there are certain things i have my beliefs as a christian but i also have my beliefs as a i don't want government to tell you i don't think government is a tool of the church and i don't think i don't think it's a way for people to there should be justice etc virtue virtue virtuous people from virtuous people is who fills government your virtue is the is the tool of the church and by saying that government i mean it absolves people of the responsibility that they virtue to be virtuous that make sense i think that by saying that government should be should be getting into that arena absolves people making sure that the most virtuous among us are running for elected office and a and b that we ourselves also be as virtuous as possible so from us come virtuous people that's not just me talking i mean that's what the founders discussed and it's written in notes and it's also i mean it's discussed by george mason john adams and everyone and that's kinda high feel about it now back to my point i feel in many respects because kennedy was is a conservative but he is also someone who is four individual rights and when you look at what how his decisions have been the opinions that he that he has sided with he hasn't really taken a stand against individual liberty the way that sonia stood on my or has or elena kagan has or justice breyer has he never really has done that and i it's important to note that because i feel at least in my speculation here it seems to and in my own opinion suggests to me that he chose this particular time because he was cognizant of how far left the left has drifted does that make sense do you think that's plausible when you said you know he he's a conservative but he's also for individual rights like it sounded like somehow conservatives aren't for individual rights now i don't mean that i often that's kind of that's why i said like evangelical policy in particular right so i think yeah this think the way you summed it up is absolutely correct i just because i just wonder that because honestly you know that if he'll let me put it like this if hillary clinton had won merrick garland would not have been her nominee it would have been someone even further left than garland and i think that he is aware of that and he also sees all of these cases and the and the cases in which that that he has looked at a lot of individual rights were being infringed upon whether it is speech whether it is the right to you know with the masterpiece cake shop that basically demands that if you engage in commerce you have to forfeit your right to religious observance and commerce is not whether or not someone engages in commerce is not a constitutional litmus test to be able to exercise your natural rights it's never been that way.